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Will the cabinet reshuffle see McConalogue move?
The Dealer
With a change of Taoiseach, there will be some form of Government reshuffle. It's guesswork after that, I'm afraid.
11 November 2022 News
CETA's Canada trade deal ruling only frustrates ratification
Court ruling on Canada trade deal frustrates the ratification process, but it will continue to operate provisionally, as it has been for the past five years.
7 October 2022 News
Mercosur ‘making a mockery’ of Ireland’s sustainable beef – Sinn Féin
Sinn Féin has called on the Government to inform the European Commission that it will veto the Mercosur trade deal.
Was a Budget-day fiasco avoided at the Ploughing?
Intense discussions in Rathensika might have fixed a problem that would have excluded most farmers from the energy support scheme
28 September 2022 Dealer
Period of cheap food ‘going to change’ – Varadkar
The Irish Farmers Journal spoke to Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin representatives for their views on rising grocery price at this week’s Ploughing.
23 September 2022 News
Farmers ‘performing better’ than other sectors on emissions – Varadkar
Tánaiste Leo Varadkar discussed climate change targets for farmers at the National Ploughing Championships on Wednesday.
22 September 2022 News
Ploughing 2022: rain in the morning to clear to sunshine for day three
Some 115,500 people attended day two of the National Ploughing Championships, a new record daily attendance for organisers.
22 September 2022 News
Fears mount farmers will be excluded from energy scheme
Tánaiste Leo Varadkar confirmed to the Irish Farmers Journal that an energy scheme for farm businesses will “help with electricity bills” in the coming months.
21 September 2022 News
No inheritance tax rise for farmers – Varadkar
Tánaiste Leo Varadkar says farmers should be able to inherit land without a “huge tax bill”.
21 September 2022 News
Emissions reduction not successful if farm production falls – Varadkar
The Irish Farmers Journal spoke with Tánaiste Leo Varadkar at the Tullamore Show on Sunday.
17 August 2022 News
More than agriculture stretched on climate obligations
A stretch goal is designed to encourage aggressive pursuit of that end goal but what happens when the stretch is simple a stretch too far?
10 August 2022 Amii
Emissions reduction measures to be voluntary for farmers
Farmers will not face compulsory emissions reduction measures, recent commentary from Government ministers has suggested.
28 July 2022 News